|From left to right: Chandana Dey, Malkit Kaur, Nandini Dey, H.S. Bhatti, and Gurmeet Rai in a pre-Seminar strategy session|
- Gender Equality and State Intervention
- Gender, Culture & Violence
- Gender Gaps in Access to Health, Education and Employment
- Gender Responsive Planning and Gender Budgeting
- Stories of Success and Struggle: Experiences of NGOs, Researchers, Academicians and Media
The 50 substantive presentations brought out fresh insights, and we understand that a number of the papers will be finding their way into a publication. From our vantage point, and that of so many people who gave us feedback, the International Seminar was a 'smashing success', right from the substantive and moving opening ceremony, clear through to the valedictory session. The ensuing publication will doubtless constitute an insightful and important contribution to the field.